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Old 02-09-2018, 06:17 PM   #141
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There is hardly a risk, and again, pretty much every major credit card has zero liability protection, meaning they'll cover the losses. Seems like a silly thing to worry about, especially when it's actually preventing you from getting something you want.

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Fraud from a few unauthorized charges is one thing, ID theft is another. It is the latter that worry most people with such transactions.
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Same with Sundown. Available materials turned out to be unusable. On permanent hold.

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just saw some classicflix noir films this week. first time I have watch a BD from this company. What a fantastic job these folks are doing! Raw Deal had jaw-dropping PQ and decent supplements. They spent over 400 hours doing restoration on that movie, and every frame showed it! Wow, just wow! Can't wait to see T-Men and They Walked by Night! Highly recommended company and films!!
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I hear that, I'm super thrilled about their work! I just don't get why they don't mention at the top of the blurb on the back cover what film elements were used for the transfer, 2K vs 4K. They should pat themselves on the back and let it be known what the source was because I, for one, always like know that. And these days I just think it's a marketing given.
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just saw some classicflix noir films this week. first time I have watch a BD from this company. What a fantastic job these folks are doing! Raw Deal had jaw-dropping PQ and decent supplements. They spent over 400 hours doing restoration on that movie, and every frame showed it! Wow, just wow! Can't wait to see T-Men and They Walked by Night! Highly recommended company and films!!
Those are a nice trilogy of films. I'm still hanging onto my old DVDs for now, but if the PQ is that good, then I may go ahead & upgrade
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Same with Sundown. Available materials turned out to be unusable. On permanent hold.

- David
That's terribly disappointing. Out of all the titles from the original announcement, this was the one that excited me the most.


Oh well. Better to know and no longer wonder.
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Scanned the only source available to us. It was too deteriorated to move forward. Check many other stateside options, not good materials exist so right now it's on permanent hold.

BFI has some materials, but going that route is likely too costly. We may end up crowdfunding this one if we can get the support.
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I would definitely support this for The Stand-In.
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